Aberdeen Asset Management

Aberdeen Asset Management

'Excellent' is the verdict on AAM's performance

Martin Gilbert, the chief executive of Aberdeen Asset Management, hailed an "excellent year" for Scotland's largest asset manager as improved markets and new business boosted the firm's profits and assets in the year to 30 September.

Interview: Martin Gilbert of Aberdeen Asset Management

ON FRIDAY Martin Gilbert will welcome more than 150 clients from Europe, the US and Asia to the baronial confines of Ardoe House Hotel on the outskirts of the city that has served as headquarters to Aberdeen Asset Management since 1983.

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City pleased with Aberdeen Asset Management's success in emerging markets

ABERDEEN Asset Management pleased the market with tripled net inflows of client money in the three months to end-June as freshening interest in emerging market equities offset exits from bond, property and money market funds.

Higher margins result in record profit for Aberdeen

ABERDEEN Asset Management yesterday cheered the City yesterday with forecast-beating half-year results that brought in record turnover and profits.

Aberdeen Asset Management moves 'sizeable' chunk of assets from equities to government bonds

ABERDEEN Asset Management, which manages some £114 billion on behalf of investors, has moved a "sizeable" amount of money from equities into UK government bonds.

Aberdeen Asset Management sees its fee income increase by £18m

ABERDEEN Asset Management yesterday posted an £18 million rise in fee income and said it was successfully wrapping the businesses it bought from Royal Bank of Scotland into its operations.

Aberdeen finally seals £85m deal for RBS hedge funds after year of talks

ABERDEEN Asset Management has finally snapped up the fund of hedge funds business from Royal Bank of Scotland, after a year spent pursuing the deal.

'Opportunistic' move from Aberdeen for £28bn in RBS funds

ABERDEEN Asset Management is eyeing a £100 million deal to acquire a chunk of Royal Bank of Scotland's asset management business.

Troy in deal to take over Glasgow Income Trust

ABERDEEN Asset Management has sold the mandate for the Glasgow Income Trust to fund group Troy Asset Managers for an undisclosed sum.

AAM rejects Delaware, but still wants US expansion

ABERDEEN Asset Management (AAM) ruled itself out of the race to buy Delaware Investments yesterday, but said it was still on the lookout for deals in North America.

AAM offloads Credit Suisse funds

ABERDEEN Asset Management has offloaded a group of funds it acquired from Credit Suisse, selling some £858 million in assets under management to Surrey-based Premier.

AAM tops pile after Credit Suisse takeover

ABERDEEN Asset Management (AAM) has become the largest independent fund manager in Britain, after completing the acquisition of Credit Suisse's business, writes Hamish Rutherford.

Suisse's £36bn funds come to Aberdeen

ABERDEEN Asset Management will this week complete its £250 million takeover of key funds from Credit Suisse, turning the company into one of the biggest independent asset managers in Europe.

AAM team launches new private equity firm

EXECUTIVES from Aberdeen Asset Management have led a management buy-out to form a new private equity house, it was announced yesterday.

Aberdeen to take out another £20m in costs as profits and assets slide

ABERDEEN Asset Management is to strip a further £20 million in costs from the business after revealing that assets under management had tumbled below the £100 billion mark.

Aberdeen Asset Management reveals 45% profit slump

INVESTMENT manager Aberdeen Asset Management revealed a 45% plunge in half-year profits today after investors rushed to withdraw cash from underperforming funds.

AAM tackles revenue dip with further cuts

ABERDEEN Asset Management today warned that market conditions are expected to remain challenging "for some time to come" after posting a sharp decline in profits.

Aberdeen forecast to reveal drop in profits

INVESTMENT group Aberdeen Asset Management is expected to report a drop in profits and an outflow from its funds this week on the back of volatile markets.

Assets slip but Aberdeen 'well placed' says Gilbert

ABERDEEN Asset Management is "well placed" to meet this year's challenges, according to its chief executive, who yesterday reported a slight dip in assets under management.

Gilbert cashes in on share rise

MARTIN Gilbert, the chief executive of Aberdeen Asset Management, has taken advantage of the recent boost to the company's share price, selling 750,000 shares, gaining the company's founder some £970,000.

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